Dard, Hira Singh, an eminent story writer, wrote with a reformatory attitude. He indirectly preached certain reforms keeping in view the realistic side of life. His story \'Rakhri\'1 is of this nature. The character, of the quarrelsome, rude and unlettered Rukmaniâ€”the heroineâ€”making her home a hell and over hen-pecked
KESADHARI, a term defining a Sikli as one who carries on his head ihc full growth of his kes (hair) whicli he never trims or cuts for any reason. Anyone, Sikh or non Sikh, may keep the hair unshorn, but for a Sikh kes, unshorn hair, is an article
KUBJA Ganika, deformed Kubja and the sinner Ajamila were emancipated. (Gauri Cheti Namdev, p. 345) Kubja was a deformed young female servant of Kansa. She met Krishna and Balarama on the highway of Mathura, carrying a pot of perfumed ointment. Krishna sportively asked her about the contents of the
PURANMASHI, in Sanskrit pumimd, is the day of the full moon, the last day of the moon`s bright phases. The day has sanctity in the Indian tradition and several ceremo nial observances such as ritual bathing, fasting and giving away of charity are associated with it. In the Sikh
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